TD Ameritrade Deposit

I just ACH funds into my TD ameritrade account.  The funds are showing up now, however it says unidentified security w/ 26,730 shares.  I deposited 27,000 cash, I have not bought any shares yet.  I just deposited cash into this account.I am new to Quicken and trying to figure out what I need to do here.  I am sure it is something I am doing wrong, since I am new to this.  Help is appreciated.


Quote:" TD Ameritrade Deposit: I just ACH funds into my TD ameritrade account.  The funds are showing up now, however..."I'll suggest the first thing to do is clarify some language._ What you have done in the real world and what you have done in Quicken are not apparent from your first message._ What is clear (I think):_ in the real world you had your bank transfer $27K to your TDA account._ "The funds are showing up now"_ Showing up where?_In Q, on your TDA statement/website?"however it says unidentified security w/ 26,730 shares"_ What 'it' says?_ Quicken?_ How has Quicken learned any of this?_ Downloads from TDA?What is your setup with TDA?_ Do they automatically purchase money-market shares with all available cash (a sweep account)?_ What does your TDA account statement/website say about the 26,730 vs. 27,000?A lot more info will help get you a clearer answer._
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